The Blinky Dink Indicator Glove from the folks at The Bicycle Channel …
The Aushiker.com cycling research page has been updated with the addition of a paper looking at the width of two-way separated bicycle paths. The details of the paper follows.
After collecting public feedback on transport issues in Perth’s Eastern Region last year, the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council has now collated and released the survey findings.
The tabling by the Office of the Auditor General of his report into congestion in Perth and the role played by Main Roads also highlighted a matter of interest to bicycle riders, namely the Department of Transport’s Moving People Network Plan or rather the missing in action, Moving People Network Plan.
Last year the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council launched its Regional Integrated Transport Strategy 2014-2016 which sets out the strategic two-year plan for developing an integrated transport network in Perth’s Eastern Region. The vision for the Strategy is “to advocate and support the development of a transport network that integrates all transport modes and assists in making Perth’s Eastern Region a great place to live, work, play and do business”.